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From Taranto to Rome
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How many km is Taranto from Rome?
The direct distance between Taranto and Rome is 425 km.
How long does it take to get from Taranto to Rome by train?
It generally takes 6 hours and 2 minutes to get from Taranto to Rome though this depends on the date, time and day of the week. Check out train times to plan your trip.
What times are the trains scheduled from Taranto to Rome by train?
Every day, Italo has trains scheduled to depart from Taranto to Rome and from Rome to Taranto. You can find the schedule that is most convenient for you anytime, from the early morning until late in the evening. Check out train times to plan your trip.
Hot much does it cost from Taranto to Rome by train?
Ticket prices for Italo trains from Taranto to Rome start around 19,50€. If you buy your ticket in advance, the price will be low - with Italo you can take advantage of great deals and discounts. See what deals are waiting for you on our train ticket offers page.
What is the cheapest way to get from Taranto to Rome?
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What is the fastest train from Taranto to Rome?
The fastest way takes roughly 6 hours and 2 minutes to make the distance between Taranto and Rome.
From Taranto to Rome by train
|⌚ Trip duration||6 hours and 2 minutes|
|💰 Price||Tickets from 19,50 €|
Travelling from Taranto to Rome by train is a fast and economical journey. The Taranto-Rome route is 505 km long and the journey with Italo takes 6 hours and 2 minutes. The price of this trip starts from 19,50 €, a convenient price to enjoy a round trip to visit beautiful Rome.
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Mini Guide, what to visit in Taranto and Rome
If you are looking for a weekend immersed in history, art and good food, then Taranto is the city for you. Located along the Ionian Sea and also known as the "City of Two Seas", Taranto offers a unique experience among the beauties of Southern Italy. The first stop we recommend visiting is the National Archaeological Museum of Taranto, where you can admire the incredible collections of ancient civilizations that have inhabited the area. The museum houses one of the most important collections of Hellenistic art, with artifacts ranging from the Bronze Age to the Roman period. Not far from the museum is the famous Swing Bridge, which connects the old city with the waterfront. For those who love the sea, Taranto offers many beaches to choose from. The Lungomare Via d'Annunzio is a great choice for walking and enjoying the view of the sea, while the beach of San Vito is ideal for sunbathing and swimming. When back in the city, you cannot miss taking a stroll through the alleys of the historic center, stopping in one of the squares for a coffee and savoring the local cuisine. One of the typical dishes of the city, for example, is "orecchiette" with turnip tops and swordfish rolls. The Pane di Taranto is the star of the "PaninOlioTaranto" festival that takes place every year in June, a great celebration for bread and extra virgin olive oil lovers. To reach Taranto, we suggest choosing the Italo train which offers maximum comfort on board and convenient rates. Just book online and choose the time that suits you. Once you arrive in Taranto, you can travel comfortably by public transport or hire a bicycle and discover the city in an eco-friendly way. In short, if you are looking for a destination for a different weekend, do not hesitate to choose Taranto. The city will surprise you with its ancient history, breathtaking panorama over the Ionian Sea and delicious cuisine. What are you waiting for? Book your Italo ticket to Taranto now!
Do you want to spend a weekend immersed in beautiful Rome, the Italian capital? Whether you are a history, art, fashion or food enthusiast, this city has so much to offer. And the solution to reach it is simple: choose Italo train for your next Roman adventure. Among the must-see destinations to visit during your weekend in Rome are the Colosseum and the Imperial Forums, rich in history and suggestions. Also not to be missed is the Basilica of San Pietro and the famous Vatican Museums, with their works of art among the most famous and iconic in the world. We also recommend going to the Pantheon, one of the most beautiful and iconic monuments of the city, where the visit is free! And then the Trevi Fountain, recently restored thanks to the investments of Fendi: try to toss a coin to ensure you return to Rome! In this Roman weekend, do not miss the Testaccio district, where you can experience an authentic Roman experience. Here you will find crafts shops, bars and restaurants where you can taste the typical cuisine of the city, such as pasta cacio e pepe and amatriciana. And what about shopping? Yes, Rome is also fashion, with some of the most beautiful streets in the world like Via Condotti and Via del Babuino, where you will find luxury Italian brands such as Armani, Dolce and Gabbana, and Prada. But if you prefer low-cost shopping, we recommend strolling along Via del Corso, a real open-air shopping area. Finally, Rome is a city full of events and manifestations, such as the opening of the extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy wanted by Pope Francis on December 8th. We recommend reaching it by Italo train to attend papal audiences, a unique experience not to be missed. Don't wait any longer: buy your Italo ticket now and get ready to spend an unforgettable weekend in Rome!